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DoraDora Valenzuela Araujo is a person, like many of you, who has faced many obstaclesA�A� to reach herA� material and spiritual goals.A� Born in the Northwest of Mexico, of a humble family, she has fought day by day to achieve her goals.

Besides being a lawyer by profession, Dora founded a Clinical Laboratory in 1993, in Los Mochis, A�A�A�Sinaloa, Mexico, http://www.facebook.com/pages/Los-Mochis-Mexico/LABORATORIO-CLINICO-VALENZUELA/343466820475 a city in which she lived much of her life. Nowadays, this business is managed by her two younger sisters, becoming a legacy to her family.

In 1999 she married the American John Leonard Behrends, leaving her beloved Mexico, as she calls it, to live in The United States of America. At that time, Dora did not imagine how difficult it would be for a Hispanic business woman and mother of two daughters, to start again a new life style in a country with a culture and language very different to hers. Adversity from which she came off lightly because today she is dedicating her time to give some talks about personal growth. She is one of the pioneers of a group of leadership and communication in Mexico. Dora is also president of a bilingual and non profitable group of communication and leadership http://www.losbilingues.com/ in Portland, Oregon.

In 2007 Dora decided to write a book for all of us and to share, in a clear and precise way, the tools that we need to develop in order to achieve our goals. Her book is entitled: a�?La mejor manera de alcanzar tus metasa�? or a�?The Best Way to Reach Your Goalsa�?. The critics have described it as a book full of truths, with topics and examples easy to implement, offering a simple language which leads the reader on a pleasant journey through the reading. This book was launched on January 4th, 2010 in the Center of Education and Innovation in Los Mochis, Mexico. http://www.cie.org.mx/n_enero_4_2010.html

Her next goal is to write a book related to personal improvement in English and Spanish, in order to motivate the two cultures (American and Hispanic) not only to achieve their goals, but also to improve their second language.

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